Hawaii Hammerheads

The Hawaii Hammerheads was an indoor football team in the Indoor Professional Football League (IPFL) during the 1999 season. The Hammerheads were owned by George Hetherington and played their home games at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. The team's official colors were: Aqua, Silver and Black. The head coach for the Hammerheads was Guy Benjamin.

The Hammerheads brought Hawaii its first ever football championship in an upset against the Texas Terminators in the 1999 IPFL Championship game played at Austin, Texas 28-13. After the season, the team folded due to the team not making any money the first year and not being able to secure financial backing for the 2000 season.

Read more about Hawaii Hammerheads:  Hammerheads Staff & Team Information, 1999 IPFL Hawaii Hammerheads Schedule, 1999 IPFL Championship Game

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